How to Stream UFC 248: Adesanya Vs. Romero

There's one exclusive way to stream UFC 248 on March 7th.

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On March 7th, UFC 248 takes center stage in Paradise, NV at the T-Mobile Arena. This time around, the headline is a Middleweight Championship bout between Israel Adesanya, the current champ, and former challenger Yoel Romero.

The rest of the card is not bad either, including matchups like Zhang Weili versus Joanna Jędrzejczyk, Neil Magny versus Li Jingliang and Rodolfo Vieira versus Saparbek Safarov.

UFC 248 will stream exclusively through ESPN+ and the main card is a Pay-Per-View event, but that doesn’t mean you need a cable subscription.

How to Watch UFC 248


You will need an ESPN+ subscription service to watch the PPV. For $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year, you can watch UFC 248 and other live sports events on your favorite streaming device. ESPN+ also offers a seven-day trial period you can cancel at any time. If you don’t have ESPN+ already, consider signing up for the PPV plus ESPN+ for a year bundle. The PPV is $64.95 alone, but if you get the bundle you save 25% and pay $84.98 total.

ESPN+ coverage includes Fight Nights, more fight cards than you’ll know what to do with, UFC original shows and more. You can also watch replays on demand of most fights after they’ve happened using ESPN+. Supported streaming devices include Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One and Apple TV.

Subscribe to ESPN+

If you’re interested in maintaining a subscription to ESPN+ you may want to consider this $12.99 per month bundle, which also includes Disney+ and Hulu access. While both Hulu and ESPN+ include commercials when purchased via this bundle, it’s the same price as subscribing to Disney+ and the basic version of Hulu individually. Assuming you’ll enjoy all three services, you’ll save $4.99 (or the cost of ESPN+) by opting for the bundle.

Subscribe to ESPN+, Hulu and Disney+

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